The Types of Windows We Offer to Homeowners in the Southeastern Pennsylvania & Wilmington, Delaware, Areas
Since our founding in 1989, we have seen window contractors in the Southeastern Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware, areas come and go, but we remain. That’s because we refused to settle for subpar, offering our customers only the finest quality products and installation services time and again. When you turn to us, you’ll be able to choose from several types of windows, all carefully crafted by industry-leading manufacturers that have long been recognized for their commitment to excellence:
Marvin is one of the most popular brands in the window industry, and for good reason. Their proprietary Ultrex pultruded fiberglass windows are among the strongest you’ll find on the market today, withstanding hurricane-force winds, impact from hail and windborne debris, and whatever else Mother Nature has in store year after year.
At SpringHouse, we offer several types of windows from Marvin’s Integrity line. This includes wood Ultrex windows, which provide all of the beauty of wood with the no-fuss durability of fiberglass, as well as their all-Ultrex windows, which provide a sleek and contemporary look with maximum glass area and minimum sash lines. We also provide their wood/clad and all-wood windows, which are historically accurate and offer a distinctly polished and sophisticated appearance.
Learn more about the latest Marvin collections here.
When it comes to value, it’s hard to beat vinyl windows by Sunrise, a company that has been crafting beautiful windows for more than two decades. They are both affordable and attractive, mimicking wood in the fit, finish, and detail, and custom made for each home for a perfect fit. These windows are also ENERGY STAR® certified, offering exceptional thermal performance and potentially helping to lower heating and cooling costs.
If you would like to learn more about the types of windows we offer at SpringHouse Window & Door, contact us today. We are happy to serve homeowners in the Southeastern Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware, areas.